Keep in touch!
Our Furness Alumni Facebook group can help you relive old times as well as keep up to date with all things Furness. Please do take a look and share photos and memories of your time here, and we will keep you up to date on any events we have planned.
As a Lancaster alumni, you are part of a global community and have access to a range of benefits and services, including discounts, continued library access, and invites to special events.
If you'd like to make a difference to our future students you can become a part of your College 1000 today by making a donation, half of which will directly support Furness students with the other half providing scholarships for students in greatest need. If you join us today you can help the University achieve its goal of 1000 regular donors to make a real difference Lancaster students.
The following are upcoming University events for Lancaster alumni.
Furness at 50
In July 2019, Furness College turned 50 years old, and we held a celebratory weekend alongside our sister colleges, Fylde and County, who also share our anniversary. On Saturday 6th July there were tours of all three colleges, including accommodation, trips to the windturbine and in the evening there was a pre-drinks reception with an address from our former Vice-Chancellor, Professor Mark E. Smith followed by a gala dinner in the Private Dining Rooms.Furness 50th anniversary photo album
The Nick Lewis Memorial Football Match
The Old Boys return each year around March to play against Furness FC in memory of Nick. After the match, drinks are held in Trevor along with the presentations. The winning team is recognised in the JCR room where there is a honours Board with the winning team and shield.
Richard Slatter Memorial Pool Tournament
Open to all students, staff and alumni in memory of Richard who was an avid pool player. The winner of the tournament receives a pool cue which has been kindly donated by Richard's parents, Lynne and Ian Slatter, and there is an honours board with the name of the winner in the Furness JCR room.